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The Making of 'Sunday' (1975)

Behind the scenes on-location documentary about the making of Sunday Too Far Away (1975), the first feature length movie produced by the South Australian Film Corporation. Features ... See full summary »

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Behind the scenes on-location documentary about the making of Sunday Too Far Away (1975), the first feature length movie produced by the South Australian Film Corporation. Features locations such as Port Augusta, the Port Augusta Town Hall and Carriewerloo Station, all in South Australia, Australia. Features on the set filming footage and interviews with director Ken Hannam and star Jack Thompson. Written by Jamie Skinner

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A rare archival TV documentary from 1975

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Sunday Too Far Away: Making Of  »

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The closing credits of this TV doc declare that this made-for-television documentary was produced for the South Australian Film Corporation. See more »

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